Antitrust and Competition

Healthy market competition encourages businesses to grow and innovate – as a result, business and consumers can benefit from higher quality products and services and a greater variety of goods, all at significantly lower prices. Antitrust and competition laws are designed to promote and foster vigorous competition among market players and to protect consumers from anticompetitive practices.

Given the importance of globalization in today’s world, navigating and adapting to dynamic antitrust laws can be particularly difficult. To achieve lasting results, companies must remain compliant with government regulations, but also be prepared to promptly react in case of antitrust allegations.

Our substantial expertise in corporate criminal crime demonstrates that we can be counted on to achieve results in problematic emergency situations. We work among corporate legal teams for maximum team performance, providing guidance on how to avoid antitrust issues and help achieve the most favorable outcome possible in any alleged antitrust violations.

We excel in developing synergistic strategies and multijurisdictional corporate crime services relating to allegations of price fixing, market manipulation and monopoly generated by corporate mergers.

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